Designed in the Detroit area, the ROXOR shares much with its Indian counterparts.
Body-on-frame construction and solid axles hint at the vehicles off-road prowess.
Mahindra Automotive was founded over seven decades ago.
They’ve had a license to assemble the battle-field proven Willys Jeep in the Indian territory.
" reads the sign to the right of Rick Haas' office computer. The foray ended in failure and a lawsuit from dealers demanding their franchise fees back.It looks to be a simple, rugged truck with features off-road enthusiasts have wanted in a new Jeep for decades.A 2.5-liter turbo diesel sends power to all four wheels via a five-speed manual transmission.You might be thinking it shares a striking resemblance to another off-road brand.Perhaps a brand dating back to the 1940’s, and that’s no coincidence.
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Mahindra, an Indian based multinational car manufacturing corporation is America-bound with a recreational off-highway vehicle called the ROXOR.